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Barcelona Free Museums on Sunday Evening

[To know more about Barcelona] The MNAC, CCCB and the Picasso Museum are among those that open their doors to the public on the first Sunday of every month all year round, and others do the same every Sunday afternoon from 3pm to 8pm. Montjuïc Castle Montjuïc Castle is a municipal facility located on a […]

Sustainable and Safe Mobility Week

Weekend: Get around without leaving footprints!

A week of activities for more sustainable transport gets underway, while the Connexions festival brings together artists on stage. The B-Anime gets off the ground, devoted to Japanese animation, and the Sitges Film Festival. This Saturday the Sustainable and Safe Mobility Week gets underway, a European initiative which Barcelona is taking part in up until […]


Lluís Domènech i Montaner’s Barcelona

The Palau de la Música Catalana (Catalan Music Palace) leaves no one indifferent. Perhaps it’s the structure’s extraordinary light and color; perhaps it’s the rich history that is told through its embellished walls; or maybe it’s the artistic exuberance that makes it into a magical, living music box. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in […]

Mercat de Mercats

6th Market Market 2015

Barcelona markets already preparing the 6th edition of Market Markets, which includes the gastronomic fair market stall Barcelona, ​​restaurateurs and food producers and wine from Catalonia and elsewhere. It will take place on 23, 24 and 25 of next October at Avenida de la Catedral de Barcelona. The organizing team last currently programming the show, […]

Weekend in Barcelona

1st Weekend of October: Plenty of Activities!

There are many plans offered on the first weekend of October. We propose you a few : Oktoberfest 2015 Oktoberfest, better known as the Beer Festival, is one of Germany’s main historic and cultural celebrations, and takes place each year in the Bavarian city of Munich – nowadays it’s regarded as the world’s biggest popular […]

Festa Major La Rambla

The Rambla Festival

The Rambla is Barcelona and Ciutat Vella’s iconic avenue, separating the Raval neighbourhood from the Barri Gòtic. In the past a stream, the Riera d’en Malla, flowed down here but when the Raval wall was built in the 15th century, the watercourse was diverted north. After that, the area gradually attracted more and more people […]

Animals And Pharohs

Animals and Pharaohs

Animals, real or representative, wild or domesticated, played a key role in ancient Egypt and were ever present in everyday life. Ancient Egyptians understood the animals’ characteristics and used these in different ways for their symbolic images. Thus, the animal figure becomes the multiple element of a coded language, written or represented, and in this […]

Barcelona Galley Weekend

The Barcelona Gallery Weekend is born

The Barcelona Gallery Weekend is an event for art lovers, collectors, professionals and artists with the aim of becoming one of the annual musts of Barcelona. It’s due to take place between the 1st and the 4th of October, 2015. During these four days, 40 venues of the city and its metropolitan area intend to present […]


Barcelona Jazz Festival

For 47 years Barcelona has played host to an annual jazz festival. This year there are more than 20 concert venues, in what is to be the longest edition in the festival’s history, from 26th September to 11th December 2015. The festival takes place in venues all over town and you will need to buy […]


Piromusical: Merce Festival Farewell

The Piromusical is the grand finale of the Merce Festival. It is at the Magic Fountain at the foot of Montjuic hill near Espanya metro station with the Palau Nacional majestically in the background. The Piromusical is a fabulous music, water, fireworks and laser light display centred around the Magic Fountain at Montjuic hill. Spectators fill the […]